About the course
Students in this specialization focus on the business aspects of forestry and wood products. Forestry is the largest agricultural sector in Louisiana, and forest products and enterprises contribute greatly to local, state, and national economies. Career Possibilities: aquaculture specialist, conservation biologist, environmental lawyer (with additional education), wildlife or fisheries biologist or ecologist, wildlife or fisheries veterinarian (with additional education), wildlife law enforcement officer, forester, wetland scientist. The School of Renewable Natural Resources offers a B.S in Natural Resource Ecology and Management. The curriculum is diverse with opportunities to study wetlands, wildlife, conservation biology, fisheries, aquaculture, forestry, habitat management, and law enforcement. Additionally, students in this program may prepare for careers as wildlife-oriented veterinarians. This program differs from traditional biology programs by integrating a hands-on approach to learning and introducing resource policy, regulations, and human aspects of resource research and management. Students in this program can expect field experiences in forests, wetlands, and in the water. Importantly, unlike similar programs, the focus will be on habitats, animal populations and communities, people management, and less on individual animals in this program.
Intake Months
January, June, August
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Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Estimated annual course fee
USD 29,355
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Duration
4 Years
English language requirements
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6.5
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Louisiana State University - Shorelight

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Louisiana State University – Shorelight helps international students make a smooth transition into college and life in the United States through the provision of English language courses, extra academic support in university courses, and extracurricular activities that connect students to the American culture. With more than 235 academic fields of study in 10 colleges and schools, students at Louisiana State University are guaranteed to find a program they’re interested in. The university also offers an additional 126 graduate programs for students interested in graduate or professional degrees in their areas of study.
As LSU alumni, students will have connections to top companies like Kraft, Ralph Lauren, DreamWorks, CNN, Nike, Ernst & Young, and Shell. Students also have access to work in full-scale industrial facilities, manage investment portfolios, and launch their own businesses. Louisiana State University provides a beautiful campus and one-of-a-kind student experience in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the state capital and a cultural crossroads between the Cajun country of Lafayette and the beautiful, internationally known city of New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz music and home of Mardi Gras.
Rankings
501–600
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1146 Pleasant Hall, Baton Rogue, Louisiana, 70803

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